Gardenia Flower, a jasmine family native to China and Japan, is an evergreen plant, the length of which in the gardens reaches one and a half meters, the gardenia grows well if it provides a mild atmosphere, high humidity, and strong indirect lighting. Gardenia is famous for the difficulty of breeding.
The plant is irrigated as soon as the soil is dry or close to dryness and is not preferred to irrigate it while wet.
Heat is one of the most important factors affecting them, they need a warm weather day and day is not hot and not cold and out of the warm rate is the basis for not coming out or deformation of blooming buds.
They generally prefer cold and mild temperatures.
The buds are very sensitive and any change in the plant environment results in wilting in the necks of the buds and their fall when it's green.
Strong indirect light prefers the best area of the balcony or home, which is constantly accessed by strong light and fresh air, while not exposing it to direct sunlight.